I used to wear so much jewelry (three months ago), but this summer that habit came to an untimely end. Maybe because the weather made extra adornment seem superfluously stupid, or maybe because my new job involves working so closely with fabric - fabric that can rip/tear/catch on rings/bracelets/unicorn-shaped pendants. Now that the weather's a'turnin' I've been scouring the interweb for fall-appropriate things I would buy if I had more than $6. That turned into a good deal of time drooling over jewelry and sparked dreams of once again bedecking myself with gorgeous little things. Enter Chris Habana, whose unisex jewelry line has the "organic space-age" aesthetic I prize above all.
The "nailed bomb ring" (picture 2) has my name written all over it, but the "silver finger brace" (last picture) sort of looks like a medieval condom design, no? Oh, God. Don't picture it! Oh, no. Did you picture it? Just forget I mentioned it. Ponies and daffodils!